The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports:
Bryant, 25 of
, was not charged with check forgery.
He had a fake check written to him, but he hadn’t cashed it yet so he couldn’t
be charged for that, according to Duluth investigator
Robert Sprinkle. Bryant was arrested only because he provided the cops with a
false name, a misdemeanor. Coffee
On Tuesday, June 16, investigators made two arrests involving fraudulent payroll checked passed throughout the state, with more than $35,000 tracked. The Douglas Police Department saw an individual at a local McDonald’s with a laptop and printer making fraudulent Taco Bell payroll checks. That man, Inginac Walter Theodore of
was arrested on five felony counts for
printing fraudulent checks. Athens
The police said Bryant was in the vehicle and lied about who he was. Bryant’s ID was found with Theodore.